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UnIvIrSITY OF ILLINOIS BULLETIN 

Vol. 40 Januory 19, 1943 No. 22 



Forty -second 

Annual 
Farm and 
Home 

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UNIVLSIIY0?H11N0U 

Program 

February 2 to 4 
1943 



College of Agriculture - University of Illinois 

Urbana - Champaign 

and 

Illinois Farmers' Institute 

Springfield 



Published weekly by the University of Illinois. Entered as second-class matter 
at the post office at Urbana, Illinois, under the Act of August 24, 1912. Office 
of Publication, 358 Administration Building, Urbana, Illinois. Acceptance for 
mailing at the special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103, Act of 
October 3, 1917, authorized July 31, 1918. 

BRING THIS PROGRAM WITH YOU 



The programs for the Rural Life Conference and 
the Conference on Civic Problems have been 
planned in cooperation with and assisted by the 
Division of Program Study and Discussion of the 
Bureau of Agricultural Economics of the United 
States Department of Agriculture and the U.S.D.A. 
Club. 

INFORMATION FOR THOSE WHO 
CANNOT ATTEND 

Broadcast. — Due to gasoline rationing there will be 
many people unable to attend Farm and Home Week. 
Therefore, arrangements have been made to broadcast as 
much of the program as possible. Features to be broad- 
cast are indicated by an asterisk and can be heard over 
station WILL, 580 on your radio dial. 

INFORMATION FOR VISITORS 

Registration. — Every visitor is urged to register im- 
mediately upon arrival. There is no registration fee. Regis- 
tration headquarters will be maintained in the Auditorium. 

Exhibits. — An exhibit of interest to both farmers 
and homemakers will be found in Room 600, at the south- 
east corner of the first floor in the Old Agriculture 
Building. The annual seed grain show and acre-yield con- 
test is located on the fourth floor of the New Agriculture 
Building. An exhibit of farm and home equipment includ- 
ing tractors, machine repairs, corn borer control, seed 
cleaning equipment, farm building plans, and rural electri- 
fication, is in the Agricultural Engineering Building. 
Guests are welcome to visit any of the college laboratories 
and the college farms. 

Meals. — Meals may be secured at the Illini Union 
Building between the hours of 7:15-9:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m.- 
1:00 p.m.; and 5:30-7:00 p.m. There will be a lunch stand 
operated by the Agricultural Engineering students in the 
Agricultural Engineering Building. 

Rooms. — A list of rooms available in the Univer- 
sity district for Farm and Home Week visitors will be 
maintained at the registration desk in the Auditorium. 

Lost and Found. — Articles lost should be reported 
and those found turned in to registration headquarters in 
the Auditorium. 

Illness and Accidents. — Illness or accidents should 
be reported promptly to the registration desk in the Audi- 
torium. First aid service will be rendered by the Univer- 
sity Health Station, telephone 7-1821. 

Publications. — Bulletins, circulars and other avail- 
able printed information of the College of Agriculture are 
on display in the Auditorium. Cards are provided on 
which requests may be made for any of the publications 
desired. 

Museums. — The Classical Archaeology and Art and 
the European Culture museums {top floor, Lincoln Hall) 
are open to visitors from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Elevator 
service direct to these museums is available in the north 
corridor of Lincoln Hall, near the west entrance. 

For identification of speakers, see pp. 21 to 24. 

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GENERAL 
SESSIONS 

University Auditorium 

Tuesday, February 2 

3:00— H. P. Rusk, presiding 

Address: The Outlook for Rural 
Youth — Howard McCluskv 

Wednesday, February 3 

3 :00 — F. J. Keilholz, presiding 

Address: Wartime Farming Problems 
and How Britain Has Met Them — 
Francis Flood 

Thursday, February 4 

3 :00 — J. C. Spitler, presiding 

Address: Food Production for War 
and Peace — H. W. Parisius 

Organ Music by Lanson F. Demming 



For Daily Devotional Services, see p. 16. 
Protestant Vespers, 5:00 p.m. 
Catholic Services, 5:30 p.m. 

For Luncheons and Banquets, see p. 19. 



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RECREATION 
PROGRAMS 



Tuesday, February 2 

4:00— Recreation Hour. Fun for "Tight" Places— 
Lower Gymnasium, Woman's Building 

8:00 — Relaxation Hour — University Auditorium 
Lulu Black, chairman 
Songs — LeRoy Hamp; Sherman Schoonmaker, 

Accompanist 
Standards of Physical Fitness — T. K. Cureton 
Rural Art and Beauty — Color Movies 

9:15 — Social Recreation. "Honest Abe" Party — Lower 
Gymnasium, Woman's Building 



Wednesday, February 3 

4:00 — Recreation Hour. "Rounds and Squares" — 
Lower Gymnasium, Woman's Building 

8:00 — Relaxation Hour — University Auditorium 
R. R Hudelson, chairman 
Songs — Bruce Foote; Sherman Schoonmaker, 

Accompanist 
Demonstrations of Judo and Ju Jitsu — H. E. 

Kenney and G. C. Law 
Camera Travels — Color Movies 

9:15 — Social Recreation. "Valentine's Day Party" — 
Lower Gymnasium, Woman's Building 



For Special Conferences, see pp. 17, 18. 

Movies will be shown at Agricultural Engineering 
Building during each noon hour, see p. 20. 



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HOMEMAKERS' 
PROGRAM 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 
The Home Meets the Demands of the War 



Tuesday, February 2 

MORNING SESSION 

Kathryn Van Aken Burns, presiding 

9:00 — Health in a War Program — Fannie Brooks 

Making the Most of Your Time and Energy — 
Lita Bane, Margaret Goodyear, Aleta Logan, 
Dorothea Siebert 

♦Issues for America in the War and Post-War 
World — A. B. Leavelle 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

Lulu Black, presiding 

1:15 — The Homemaker's Adjustment to the Present 
Food Market — Jean Simpson 
The Home Vegetable Gardener's Place in the 
Food- for- Victory Program — L. A. Somers 

♦Meeting Nutritional Needs with Available Foods 
— Harriet Barto 

3:00— *GENERAL SESSION— University Auditorium 



Wednesday, February 3 

MORNING SESSION 

Anna Searl, presiding 

9:00 — Problems of Price and Production in the Tex- 
tile and Apparel Field — J. F. Bell 

Solving Buying Problems in Clothing — Mary 
Whitlock, Helen Zwolanek 

Elimination of Hazards in the Home — Guy Mercer 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

Lita Bane, presiding 

1:15 — The War and Family Life — I. A. Berg 

Reducing Fatigue in Housework — A. H. Ryan 
3:00— *GENERAL SESSION— University Auditorium 

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Homemakers' Program 



Thursday, February 4 

MORNING SESSION 

Grace Armstrong, presiding 

9:00 — Recognition and Control of Textile and Clothing 

Pests — B. G. Berger 
Wartime Utilization of the Food Locker — Sleeter 

Bull 
Nutritional Aspects of Meat and Other Sources of 

Protein — Gladys Kinsman 
Cooking the Meat Allowance — Glenna Henderson 

Lam kin 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

Mary Louise Chase, presiding 

1:15 — Planning and Planting the Home Grounds in 
Wartime— R. B. Hull 

Better Feet for More Walking — G. T. Stafford 
3:00— *GENERAL SESSION— University Auditorium 



Home Economics Exhibits, Room 600 Old Agriculture , 
see p. 2. 

Play Materials for Children, 807 South Wright, Cham- 
paign, see p. 20. 



PRODUCTION 
PROGRAM 

University Auditorium 

Meeting the Nations Livestock Needs 
Efficiently and Economically 



Tuesday, February 2 

MORNING SESSION 

W. E. Carroll, presiding 

8:30— Beef Cattle 

a. *Cheapening Gains in Drylot — F. C. Francis 

b. Increasing Gains on Pastures — F. C. Francis 

c. Saving Labor — E. T. Robbins 

d. Marketing to Best Advantage — R. W. Grieser 

10:00— Swine 

a. Avoiding Waste of Feeds and Supplements — 
B. W. Fairbanks 

b. Improving and Replacing Equipment — D. G. 
Carter 

c. Too Little and Too Late — B. W. Fairbanks 

d. Pastures of Real Value — J. L. Krider 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

W. E. Carroll, presiding 
1:00— Sheep 

New Needs and Opportunities — W. G. Kammlade 
1:30 — Horses 

Sure to Pull Through — J. L. Edmonds 

2:00 — Some Important Diseases of Livestock and How 
to Control Them (Illustrated by motion picture) 
— C. C. Morrill 

3:00— *GENERAL SESSION 

4:00 — *Asked and Answered (Answers to Production 
Ouestions) — Members of Animal Husbandry 
Staff 

4:00 — Question Hour: Current Problems in Agri- 
cultural Engineering — Agricultural Engineering 
Staff 

1. Power and Machinery — Room 201 Agricultural 
Engineering 

a. Rationing 

b. Maintenance and repair 

c. Wartime tractor operation 

d. Plowing for corn borer control 

e. Training the inexperienced operator 

f. Avoiding accidents 



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Production Program 



2. Rural Electrification — Room 205 Agricultural 

Engineering 

a. Electricity as a labor saver 

b. Homemade electrical equipment 

c. Safety in use of electricity 

3. Building Problems — Third Floor Laboratory, 

Agricultural Engineering 

a. Wartime regulations 

b. Using buildings to increase production and 
save labor 

c. Fire prevention 

4. Soil Conservation — Room 204 Agricultural En- 

gineering 

a. Contour farming 

b. Terracing 

c. Construction and maintenance of drainage 
ways 



Wednesday, February 3 

MORNING SESSION 

8:00 — Current Problems in Agricultural Engineering — 
See program for 4 p.m., Tuesday 

Agronomy on the Farm Front 

University Auditorium 

W. L. Burlison, presiding 

8:00— Hybrid Corn Production 

a. *Making Better White and Yellow Hybrids — 
C. M. Woodworth 

b. *Pointers for Maximum Corn Production — 
G. H. Dungan 

c. *Performance of Commercial Hybrids in the 
1942 Demonstration Tests — J. C. Hackleman 

9:00 — Soybeans 

a. Soybean Varieties for Yield and Oil Production 
— W. L. Burlison 

b. Soybean Frost Damage, Seed and Storage Prob- 
lems — J. C. Hackleman 

c. Inoculation — O. H. Sears 
10:00 — Diseases and Insects 

a. Crop Diseases Hindering the War Effort — B. K. 
Koehler 

b. Insects That May Aid the Axis in 1943— W. P. 
Flint 

c. Corn Borers in the Tops and Grape Colaspis in 
the Roots — J. H. Bigger 

11:00 — Pastures, Small Grains and New Crops 

a. Good Pastures Hurdle Labor Shortage and 
High Costs — R. F. Fuelleman 

b. Small Grains in Our Production Program — 
O. T. Bonnett 

c. Rubber, Oil, and Fiber Plants — W. L. Burlison, 
W. E. Domingo 



Production Program 



AFTERNOON SESSION 

University Auditorium 
John O. Honnold, presiding 

1:00 — Critical Soil and Fertilizer Problems 

a. This Is No Week-end War — W. L. Buruson 

b. Nitrogen, the Number One Essential — F. C. 
Baueb 

c. *Make Every Ton of Limestone and Phosphate 
Count — C. M. Linsley 

d. *Keep the Soil on Your Farm— C. A. Van- 
Doren, R. S. Stauffer 

e. *Available Fertilizers and Their Use With the 
War Crops, Corn and Soybeans — A. L. Lang 

3:00— *GENERAL SESSION 

4:00 — *Current Problems in Agricultural Engineering 
— See program for 4 p.m., Tuesday, pp. 7, 8. 



Thursday, February 4 

MORNING SESSION 

8:00 — Current Problems in Agricultural Engineering — 
See program for 4 p.m., Tuesday, pp. 7, 8. 

Milk, a Munition 
University Auditorium 

H. A. Ruehe, presiding 

8:00 — Diseases of Dairy Cattle — With Special Empha- 
sis on Mastitis — E. H. Peterson 

9:00 — Meeting War Production Needs for Milk in 
Shortage Areas in Illinois — R. W. Bartlett 

10:00 — Suggestions That Will Help Dairymen in the 
War Emergency — Members of the Dairy Depart- 
ment 

11:00 — *Good Milking; Udder Management and Care 
of Milking Machines — M. J. Prucha, W. W. 
Yapp 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

University Auditorium 
L. E. Card, presiding 

1:00 — Poultry Production During Wartime 

a. Feeding Problems — L. E. Card 

b. *Management Problems — H. H. Alp 

2:00 — Illustrated Discussion: Poultry Diseases — P. D. 
Beamer 

3:00— *GENERAL SESSION 



SOCIAL- CIVIC -ECONOMIC 
PROGRAM 



Tuesday, February 2 

MORNING SESSION 

112 Gregory Hall 

Youth Leaders' Conference 

Ralph McKenzie, presiding 

8:00 — Objectives of the Illinois Youth Programs and 
Their Importance in Winning the War — Roy 
Johnson 

Agricultural Economics Program 

WARTIME FARM FINANCIAL POLICIES 

M. L. Mosher, presiding 

9:00 — Ups and Downs in Farm Family Earnings and 
Spending 

a. Long-time Trend in Earnings — P. E. Johnston 

b. Long-time Trend in Spending — Ruth Freeman 
10:00— What Shall We Do With Wartime Earnings? 

a. Real Estate Investment — C. L. Stewart 

b. *Alternatives for Investments and Savings — 
L. J. Norton 

11:00 — Wartime Adjustments of Leases and Father- 
Son Arrangements 

a. On "Leases" — H. C. M. Case 

b. On "Father-Son Arrangements" — J. B. Cun- 
ningham 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

112 Gregory Hall 

Rural Life Conference 

D. E. Lindstrom, presiding 

1:00 — Democracy in Action in Wartime — 
C. F. Taeusch 

2:00 — Panel: What's Happening in the Rural Com- 
munity to Meet the Demands of War? 

3:00— *GENERAL SESSION— University Auditorium 

4:00— Income Tax and Question Box— R. C. Ross. 100 
Gregory Hall 

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Social-Civic-Economic Program 11 

Conference on Current Civic Problems 

112 Gregory Hall 
I ). M. 1 [all, presiding 

4:00 Forces Behind Nazism, Fascism, and Democracy 

—II. M. Gray 

4:40 — What We Expecl in Discussion Groups Alva 
II. Benton 

Discussion Groups 

EVENING SESSION 

112 Gregory Hall 

Conference on Current Civic 
Problems, continued 

A. F. Satterthwait, presiding 

7:00 — Complacency in Our Civic Life — C. F. Taeusch 

7:40 — Panel Discussion — C. F. Taeusch, H. M. Gray, 
Hans Olsen 



Wednesday, February 3 

MORNING SESSION 

112 Gregory Hall 

Youth Leaders' Conference 

Florence Kimmelshue, presiding 

8:00 — The Leaders' Responsibility in Shaping Youths 
Attitudes During War Time — B. F. Timmons 

Agricultural Economics Program 

FARM LABOR PROBLEMS 

P. E. Johnston, presiding 

9:00 — Labor Efficiency on Individual Farms — J. B. 
Cunningham 

Farm Machinery in 1943 — R. I. Shawl 

10:00 — Training and Use of Unskilled Workers — 

W. D. BUDDEMEIER 

Recruiting and Transportation of Unskilled Work- 
ers — H. C. Buchanan 

11:00— *How Much Is a Hired Man Worth?— J. E. 
Wills 

*Methods of Paying Farm Workers — H. C. M. 
Case 



12 Social-Civic-Economic Program 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

112 Gregory Hall 

Rural Life Conference 

H. C. Buchanan, presiding 

1:00 — Interrelations Between Agriculture, Labor and 
Industry with Respect to the Nation's Man- 
power — Walter L. Daykin 

2:00 — Symposium: Farm Family and Community Ad- 
justments to the Labor Situation 

3:00— *GENERAL SESSION— University Auditorium 

4:00 — *Labor, Power and Machinery Question Box — 
P. E. Johnston, R. I. Shawl. 100 Gregory Hall 

Conference on Current Civic Problems 

112 Gregory Hall 

C. L. Stewart, presiding 

4:00 — Economic Pressures and World Peace — 
Gideon Seymour 

4 : 40 — Discussion 

5:40 — Summary of Discussion— Alva H. Benton 

EVENING SESSION 

University Y.M.C.A. 

D. E. Lindstrom, presiding 

7:00 — World Population Pressures — 
Warren S. Thompson 
(Seats will be arranged for those who do not 
attend the Rural Life Dinner. Guests may come 
at seven o'clock) 

7:40 — Forum — W. S. Thompson, Gideon Seymour, 
Walter L. Daykin 



Thursday, February 4 

MORNING SESSION 

112 Gregory Hall 

Youth Leaders' Conference 

Harold Jepson, presiding 

8:00 — Panel: Keeping Youth Groups Active in and 
Contributing to the Winning of the War — E. H. 
Regnier, chairman 

Pearl Barnes, Anna Bines, Helen Council, Wayne 
Crone, Max HensleY, Ray High, Clarence Ropp, 
Margaret Sharp 



Social-Civic-Economic Program 13 

Agricultural Economics Program 

WARTIME PRICES, RATIONING AND 
MARKETING PROBLEMS 

J. \V. Lloyd, presiding 

9:00 — Present Status of Government Price and Ration- 
mi; Policies — G. L. Jordan 
Price Policies in Relation to Incomes of Farmers 
and Industrial Workers — E. J. WORKING 

10:00 — Transportation Problems 

a. Milk and Dairy Products — R. J. Mutti 

b. Livestock and Grain — R. C. Ashby 

11:00 — Impacts of Price Policies, Rationing and Trans- 
portation on Production and Marketing 

a. Livestock — H. G. Russell 

b. Dairy Products — R. W. Bartlett 

c. Grain — L. J. Norton 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

112 Gregory Hall 

Rural Life Conference 

Rev. George M. Nell, presiding 

1:00 — Building the Machinery for Peace — 

Gideon Seymour 
2:00 — Panel: Building Morale for War and Peace in 

the Rural Community 
3:00— *GENERAL SESSION— University Auditorium 

Conference on Current Civic Problems 

112 Gregory Hall 

H. M. Hamlin, presiding 

4:00 — Future Educational Plans as Affected by Fed- 
eral, State, and Local Governmental Coopera- 
tion — Herman J. Walker, Jr. 

4:40 — Discussion 

EVENING SESSION 

112 Gregory Hall 

Conference on Current Civic 
Problems (continued) 

D. M. Hall, presiding 

7:00 — Summary of Discussions — Alva H. Benton 
7:30 — Panel: Planning Education for the Future — 
D. E. Lindstrom, chairman 

T. E. Benner, Mable Carney, Robert Cole, Howard Daw- 
son, V. L. Nickell, Irving Pearson, Roscoe Pulliam, 
E. H. Reeder, Herman J. Walker, Jr., John Watson 



SIXTH ANNUAL 

ILLINOIS RURAL 
LIFE CONFERENCE 

AND RURAL PASTORS' SHORT COURSE 



Tuesday, February 2 

University Y.M.C.A., Latzer Hall 

Pastors' Short Course 

Rev. Ralph Kofoed, presiding 

10:00-11:50 — Values and Organizations Fostered by 
the Churches to Promote Christian Rural Life — 
Rev. C. Morton Hanna, Father A. H. Schel- 
ler, S.J. 
Discussants: Rev. G. W. Clifford, Rev. Richard 
Nolan 

Rural Life Conference 

112 Gregory Hall 

MEETING THE DEMANDS OF WAR IN 
THE RURAL COMMUNITY 

D. E. Lindstrom, presiding 

1:00 — Democracy in Action — C. F. Taeusch 

2:00 — Panel: What's Happening in the Rural Com- 
munity to Meet the Demands of War — Hans 
Olsen, chairman 

Mrs. Nora Bailey, Mrs. Pauline Birkey, Richard Boyd, 
J. L. Bundy, C. C. Burns, Mrs. Stanley Castle, 
Dorothy Hiatt, J. E. Hill, Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. 

SCHNELTON, RAY V. WATSON 

3:00— *GENERAL SESSION— University Auditorium 

5:00-5:30 — Catholic services and Protestant vespers, 
see p. 16 



Wednesday, February 3 

Pastors' Short Course 

University Y.M.C.A., Latzer Hall 

Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Schnelton, presiding 

10:00-11:50— The Role of the Rural Pastor and of His 
Rural Church Organization in Promoting Rural 
Life — Father A. H. Scheller, Dr. Mark A. 
Dawber 
Discussants : Rev. Peter Kolumbys, Rev. Michael 
J. McGovern, Rev. Charles H. Thrall 

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Illinois Rural Life Conference 15 

Rural Life Conference 

112 Gregory Hall 

1 1. ( '. Buchanan, presiding 

1:00 Interrelations of Agriculture, Industry, and 

Labor With Respect to the Nation's Manpower — 

\\ Al ITU 1 .. I IWkIN 

2:00— Symposium: Farm Family and Community Ad 
justments to the Labor Situation — 1). M. Hall, 
chairman 

Wayni Buck, James C. Farmer, F. E. Fuller, H. m. 
Mam i in, Howard Leonard, Georgi Metzger, Mi 
Walteb N'i.m, c;. ii. Rsuss, Father A. II. Schelles 

3:00— *GENERAL SESSION— University Auditorium 
5:00-5:30 — Catholic services and Protestant vespers, 
see p. 16 

EVENING SESSION 

University Y.M.C.A. 

7:00 — World Population Pressures — 
Warren S. Thompson 
(Seats will be arranged for those who do not at- 
tend the Rural Life Dinner. Guests may come 
at seven o'clock. See p. 19 of the program for 
announcement of the dinner.) 



Thursday, February 4 

Pastors' Short Course 

University Y.M.C.A., Latzer Hall 

D. E. Lindstrom, presiding 

10:00-11:50— Effective Use by the Rural Pastor and 
His People of Helps and Services Offered by 
Organizations Promoting Improved Rural Liv- 
ing — Dr. Mark A. Dawber, Father A. H. 
Scheller 
Discussant : Rev. Joseph L. LeGrand 

Rural Life Conference 

112 Gregory Hall 
Rev. George M. Nell, presiding 

1:00 — Building the Machinery for Peace — 

Gideon Seymour 
2:00 — Panel: Building Morale for War and Peace in 

the Rural Community — Mrs. Raymond Rafferty, 

chairman 

Sister Alodia, D.P., Mrs. Fred P. Cowdin, Clarence Ems, 
E. M. Harshbarger, John W. Hodge, Clarence W. 
Kleckner, Helen A. Mies, Mrs. Will Parks, Rabbi 
H. E. Snyder 

3:00— *GENERAL SESSION— University Auditorium 
5:00-5:30 — Catholic services and Protestant vespers, 
see p. 16 



VESPER SERVICES 



Tuesday, February 2, and 
Wednesday, February 3 

5:00 — Protestant Vespers — Rev. C. Morton Hanna. 
Room 3, University Y.M.C.A. 

5:30 — Catholic Services — In Charge of the Benedictine 
Fathers. Newman Foundation (corner of 6th 
and Armory) 



Thursday, February 4 

5:00 — Protestant Vespers — Dr. Mark A. Dawber. 
Room 3, University Y.M.C.A. 

5:30 — Catholic Services — In Charge of the Benedictine 
Fathers. Newman Foundation (corner of 6th 
and Armory) 



ILLINOIS STATE GRANGE 
OFFICERS' CONFERENCE 

Room 215, Gregory Hall 



Wednesday, February 3 

Roy Timmons, presiding 

10:00-12:00 — Grange Programs for Wartime — James 

C. Farmer 

Clinic for Program Problems — Roy Timmons, 

D. E. Lindstrom 



Thursday, February 4 

Clarence Kleckner, presiding 

10:00-12— Getting People to Take Part— E. H. Regnier, 
Alva H. Benton 

Working With Other Groups — James C. Farmer, 
E. H. Regnier 

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SPECIAL 
CONFERENCES 



ILLINOIS BROWN SWISS BREEDERS' 
ASSOCIATION 

Thursday, February 4; 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 
215 Illini Union 

ILLINOIS CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIA- 
TION — Annual Business Meeting 

Wednesday, February 3; 4 p.m. 
302 Old Agriculture Building 

ILLINOIS FARM MANAGERS ASSOCIATION 
Wednesday, February 3; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Faculty Lounge in the Illini Union 

ILLINOIS FARMERS' INSTITUTE— Conference 
of Delegates 

Wednesday, February 3; 4 p.m. 
Morrow Hall, Old Agriculture Building 

ILLINOIS GUERNSEY BREEDERS' 
ASSOCIATION 

Thursday, February 4; 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 
Room 314 South, Illini Union 

ILLINOIS HOME BUREAU FEDERATION 
Annual Business Meeting 
Monday, February 1; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 
112 Gregory Hall 
Mrs. A. R. Rohlfing, presiding 

Organization Discussion for County and Unit 
Home Bureau Officers 

Tuesday, February 2; 1-2:50 p.m. 

Smith Memorial Hall 

Mrs. June Clifton, presiding 



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18 Special Conferences 

SPECIAL CONFERENCES 
continued 

ILLINOIS POLLED SHORTHORN 
ASSOCIATION 

Tuesday, February 2; 4 p.m. 
127 New Agriculture Building 

ILLINOIS RURAL LIFE CONFERENCE— 

Business Meeting 

Thursday, February 4; 2:45 p.m. 
112 Gregory Hall 

ILLINOIS TURKEY GROWERS' ASSO- 
CIATION MEETINGS 

Thursday, February 4, and Friday, February 5 
406 Old Agriculture Building 



LUNCHEONS AND 
BANQUETS 



ILLINOIS CROP IMPROVEMENT 
ASSOCIATION BANQUET 
Wednesday, February 3; 6 p.m. 
314 Illini Union 

ILLINOIS FARM MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION 
LUNCHEON 
Thursday, February 4; 12 noon 
314 North, Illini Union 

ILLINOIS FARMERS' INSTITUTE 
LUNCHEON, Delegates of 
Wednesday, February 3; 12 noon 
Federal Room and Gothic Room, Illini Union 

ILLINOIS TURKEY GROWERS' 
ASSOCIATION BANQUET 
Thursday, February 4; 6 p.m. 
314 North, Illini Union 

RURAL LIFE BANQUET 
Wednesday, February 3; 6 p.m. 
University Y.M.C.A. 
D. E. Lindstrom, chairman \ 
7 p.m. — "World Population Pressures" — 
Warren S. Thompson 

RURAL SCHOOL DIRECTORS' LUNCHEON 
Thursday, February 4; 12 noon 
University Y.M.C.A. 
M. H. Detweiler, chairman 
"Illinois' Interest in Rural Education" — 
V. L. Nickell 

STOCKMEN'S BANQUET 
Tuesday, February 2; 6 p.m. 
314 Illini Union 
W. E. Carroll, chairman 
"Our Livestock Industry in Wartime" — 
John T. Caine, III 

YOUTH LEADERS' BANQUET 
Tuesday, February 2; 6 p.m. 
University Y.M.C.A. 
J. C. Spitler, chairman 

"Youth Problems of Post-War Adjustment"— 
Howard McClusky 



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MISCELLANEOUS 



Movies 



Motion pictures pertaining to agricultural engineering 
will be shown in the Agricultural Engineering Building 
each day during the noon hour. Students will also 
operate a lunch stand in this building. 



Play Materials for Children 

Play materials and furnishings for young children will 
be on exhibit in the Child Development Laboratory, 
807 South Wright Street, Tuesday, February 2, and 
Wednesday, February 3, between 4 and 5:30 p.m. 

Since the space is limited, please secure at the reg- 
istration desk an admission card indicating the specific 
time for your visit to the laboratory. 



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IDENTIFICATION OF SPEAKERS 
APPEARING ON PROGRAM 

•Alp, H. II. Assoc, Prof, of Poultry Ext. 
♦Armstrong, Graci B ^sst. rid", oi Foods and Nut. 

Ext. 
*Ashby, U. C. Prof, of Livestock Marketing 

Bailey, Mrs. Mora Home Econ. Chmn., 111. State 
Grange, Kings 
•Bans, .1. lita Head, Dept. of Home Econ. 
Barnes, Peari Girls' I II c lul> Leader, Preemption 
•Bartlett, K. W. Assoc. Prof. <>i" ^gr. Econ. 
♦Barto, Harriet — Asst. Prof, of Dietetics 
•Bauer, F. C. Prof, of Soil Fertility 
♦Beamer, P. D. — Asst., Anim. Path, and Hyg. 
•BELL, J. F. — Prof, of Econ., Acting Dir. of Econ. and 

Bus. Res. 
•Benner, T. E. — Dean of Coll. of Educ. 
Benton, Alva H. — Bureau of Agr. Econ., U.S.D.A., 
Washington, D.C. 
♦Berg, I. A. — Clinical Counsellor, Personnel Bureau ; 

Instr. in Psychol. 
♦Berger, B. G. — Asst. Entomol., Nat. His. Survey 
♦Bigger, John H. — Assoc. Entomol., Nat. His. Survey 
Bines, Anna — Warren County Home Adviser, Monmouth 
Birkey, Mrs. Pauline — Area Home Manag. Supervisor, 
F.S.A., Champaign 
♦Black, Lulu — Assoc, in Home Econ. Ext. 
♦Bonnett, O. T. — Asst. Prof, of Plant Genetics 
Boyd, Richard — Chief, Division of Local Health, Admin. 
Dept. of Public Health, Springfield 
♦Brooks, Fannie — Asst. Prof, of Health Educ. 
Buchanan, H. C. — Regional Director, Farm Placement 
Service, U.S. Employment Service, 105 West Adams, 
Chicago 
Buck, Wayne — 111. State Grange, Washburn 
♦Buddemeier, W. D. — Assoc, in Agr. Econ. Ext. 
♦Bull, Sleeter — Prof, of Meats 

Bundy, J. L. — 111. Dept. of Agr., Springfield 
♦Burlison, W. L. — Head, Dept. of Agron. 

Burns, C. C. — Marshall, Indiana 
♦Burns, Kathryn Van Aken — Prof, of Home Econ. 

Caine, John T., Ill — Union Stock Yards, Chicago. 
♦Card, L. E. — Prof, of Poultry Husbandry 

Carney, Mable — Marseilles 
♦Carroll, W. E. — Head, Dept. of Anim. Husb. 
♦Carter, D. G. — Prof, of Agr. Eng. 
♦Case, H. C. M. — Head, Dept. of Agr. Econ. 
Castle, Mrs. Stanley — 111. Home Bureau Federation, 
Alton 
♦Chase, Mary Louise — Asst. Prof, of Home Econ. Ext. 
Clifford, Rev. G. W. — St. Mary's Cathedral, Peoria 
Clifton, Mrs. June — Chmn. of the Organization Comm., 

111. Home Bureau Federation, Milford 
Cole, Robert — Educational Dir., 111. Assn. of School 

Boards, 537 South 4th St., Springfield 
Council, Helen — 4-H Club Member, Sherman 
Cowdin, Mrs. Fred P. — Exec. Sec, 111. State-wide Public 

Health Comm., Springfield 
Crone, Wayne, Asst. Farm Adviser, Whiteside County, 
Morrison 
♦Cunningham, J. B. — Assoc. Prof, of Farm Manag. Ext. 
♦Cureton, Thomas K. — Assoc. Prof, of Physical Educ. for 
Men 



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Dawber, Mark A. — Representative, Town and Country 
Comm., Home Missions Council, Federal Council of 
Churches of Christ in America 
Dawson, Howard A. — Dir. of Rural Services, Natl. Educ. 
Assn. of U.S., 1201 16th St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 
Daykin, Walter L. — Dept. of Econ., University of Iowa, 
Iowa City, Iowa 
*Demming, Lanson F. — Assoc, in Music, Dir. of Music, 
Radio Station 
Detweiler, M. H. — Pres., 111. School Board Assn., Zeigler 
*Domingo, W. E. — Assoc, in Crop Production 
*Dungan, G. H. — Prof, of Crop Production 

♦Edmonds, J. L. — Prof, of Horse Husbandry 
Ems, Clarence — 111. Dept. of Agr., Springfield 

♦Fairbanks, B. W. — Prof, of Swine Husbandry 
Farmer, James C. — Lecturer, National Grange, Keene, 
New Hampshire 
♦Flint, W. P. — Chief Entomol., Agr. Exper. Station, Nat. 
His. Survey 
Flood, Francis — British Supply Council, 680 Ben Franklin 
St., Washington, D.C. 
♦Foote, Bruce R. — Asst. Prof, of Music 
♦Francis, F. C. — Asst. in Animal Husbandry 
♦Freeman, Mrs. Ruth — Assoc, in Home Accounts 
♦Fuelleman, R. F. — Asst. Prof, of Crop Production 
Fuller, F. E. — Illinois Farmers' Institute, Bloomington 

♦Goodyear, Margaret Rose — Instr. in Home Econ. 
♦Gray, H. M. — Asst. Dean of the Graduate School 
Grieser, R. W. — Producers' Commission Assoc, Union 
Stock Yards, Chicago 

♦Hackleman, J. C. — Prof, of Crops Ext. 

♦Hall, D. M.— Asst. Prof, of Agr. Ext. 

♦Hamlin, H. M.— Prof, of Agr. Educ. 

♦Hamp, LeRoy Raymond — Asst. Prof, of Music 
Hanna, Rev. C. Morton — Charleston, Indiana 
Harshbarger, E. M. — 111. Educ. Assn., Urbana 
Hensley, Max — 4-H Club Member, Reno 
Hiatt, Dorothy, Pres., 111. Library Assn., Havana 
High, Ray — Rural Youth Member, Assumption 
Hill, J. E. — Director, State Board for Voc. Educ, Spring- 
field 
Hodge, John W. — Asst. State Dir., F.S.A., Springfield 
Honnold, John O. — Pres., 111. Farmer's Institute, Spring- 
field 

♦Hudelson, R. R — Asst. Dean, Coll. of Agr. 
Hull, R. B. — Landscape Specialist, Purdue University, 
LaFayette, Indiana 

♦Jepson, Harold, Assoc, in Boys' 4-H Club Work 
Johnson, Roy — Lieutenant, U.S. Army Air Corps, George 
Field, Lawrenceville 
♦Johnston, P. E. — Prof, of Agr. Econ. 
♦Jordan, G. L. — Prof, of Agr. Econ. 

♦Kammlade, W. G. — Prof, of Sheep Husbandry 
♦Kenney, H. E. — Asst. Prof, of Physical Educ. for Men 
♦Keilholz, Frederick J. — Ext. Ed., Assoc. Prof, of Agr. 

Ext. 
♦Kimmelshue, Florence — Assoc in Girls' 4-H Club Work 
♦Kinsman, Gladys Marie — Prof, of Nutrition 
Kleckner, Clarence W. — Sec, 111. State Grange, 521 

Sumner St., Rockford 
Kofoed, Rev. Ralph — Chmn., Town and Country Dept., 

111. Church Council, Erie 



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* Koi in i k. B. K. Prof. "I ( )rop Pathology 
Koi umb\ s, K\\ i'i i bb Edgewood 
♦Krideb, J. 1.. Assoc, in An. Husbandry 

•Lamkin, Mrs. Glenn a Henderson Vssoc. in Home Econ. 
♦Lang, a. L. Asst. Chief in Soil Exper. Fields 

♦] w\, G. C. Assoc, in Physical Educ. Eor Men 
♦Li win r. \ B.- Instructor in Poli. Sci. 

I.i (ik \\n, Rev. Joseph L. Nashville 

Leonard, Howard Director, 111. Dept. of Agr., Spring- 
field 
♦LlNDSTROM, D. E. — Assoc. Prof, of Rural Sociology 
♦LlNSLEY, C. M.- Asst. Prof, of Soils Ext. 
♦LLOYD, J. W. — Prof, of Fruit and Veg. Marketing 
♦Logan, Aleta Eleanor — Asst. in Home Econ. 

McClusky, Howard, Asst. to the Vice Pres., Univ. of 

Mich., Ann Arbor, Michigan 

McGovern, Rev. Michael J. — Oconee 
♦McKenzie, Ralph — Assoc, in Rural Youth Ext. 

Mercer, Guy — Natl. Safety Council, 20 N. Wacker Drive, 
Chicago 

Metzger, George — 111. Agricultural Assn., Chicago 

Mies, Helen A. — 111. Home Advisers' Assn., Shelbyville 
♦Morrill, C. C. — Asst. Prof, of Anim. Path, and Hyg. 
♦Mosher, M. L. — Prof, of Farm Management Ext. 
♦Mutti, R. J. — Assoc, in Fruit and Veg. Marketing 

Neal, Mrs. Walter — 111. Home Bureau Federation, Chilli- 

cothe 
Nell, Rev. George M. — Co-op Parish Activities Service, 

Effingham 
Nickell, Vernon L. — State Supt. of Schools, Springfield 
Nolan, Rev. Richard — Paris 
♦Norton, L. J. — Prof, of Agr. Econ. 

Olsen, Hans — 111. Congress of Parents and Teachers, 
Charleston 

Parisius, H. W. — Director, Food Production Administra- 
tion, U.S.D.A., Washington, D.C. 

Parks, Mrs. Will — 111. Home Bureau Federation, 
Reynolds 

Pearson, Irving F. — 111. Educ. Assn., 100 E. Edwards St., 
Springfield 
♦Peterson, E. H. — Asst. in Anim. Path, and Hygiene 
♦Prucha, M. J. — Prof, of Dairy Bact. 

Pulliam, Roscoe — Pres., South. 111. Normal Univ., Car- 
bondale 

Rafferty, Mrs. Raymond — 111. Home Bureau Federation, 
Canton 
♦Reeder, E. H. — Prof, of Educ. 
♦Regnier, E. H. — Assoc, in Rural Sociol. Ext. 

Reuss, G. H. — State Director, F.S.A., Champaign 
♦Robbins, E. T. — Prof, of Anim. Husb. Ext. 

Rohlfing, Mrs. A. R. — 111. Rural Life Conf. Comm., 
Farmington 

Ropp, Clarence— Boys' 4-H Club Leader, Normal 
♦Ross, R. C. — Prof, of Farm Management 
♦Ruehe, H. A. — Head of Dairy Husb. Dept. 
♦Rusk, H. P. — Dean, College of Agriculture, Dir. of Agr. 

Exper. Sta. and Ext. Serv. 
♦Russell, H. G. — Asst. Prof, of Anim. Husb. Ext. 

Ryan, A. H. — Ryan Res. Lab., Chicago 

♦Satterthwait, A. F. — Assoc. Entomol., U. S. Bur. of 
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Scheller, Father A. H., S.J. — Representative of Natl. 
Catholic Rural Life Conference, St. Louis University, 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Schnelton, Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. — Director, Catholic 
Rural Life Bureau, Springfield Diocese, Brussels 
♦Schoonmaker, Sherman — Assoc. Prof, of Music 
*Searl, Anna — Asst. Prof, of Home Econ. Ext. 
*Sears, O. H.— Prof, of Soil Biol. 
Seymour, Gideon — Editor, Star Journal, Minneapolis, 

Minn. 
Sharp, Margaret — Rural Youth Member, Eureka 
*Shawl, R. I. — Prof, of Agr. Eng. 
♦Siebert, Dorothea Carolyn — Instr. in Home Econ. 
♦Simpson, Jean Irwin — Assoc. Prof, of Home Econ. 
Sister Alodia, D. P. — Bloomington 

Snyder, Rabbi H. E. — 111. Farmers' Institute, Springfield 
*Somers, L. A. — Assoc, in Veg. Gardening Ext. 
*Spitler, J. C. — Prof, of Agr. Ext., Asst. Dir. of Ext. 

Serv. in Agr. and Home Econ. 
♦Stafford, G. T. — Prof, of Physical Educ. for Men 
*Stauffer, R. S. — Asst. Prof, of Soil Physics 
*Stewart, C. L. — Prof, of Agr. Econ. 

Taeusch, C. F. — In charge of the Division of Program 

Study and Discussion of the Bureau of Agr. Econ., 

U.S.D.A., Washington, D.C. 
Thompson, Warren S. — Scripps Foundation, Miami Univ., 

Oxford, Ohio 
Thrall, Rev. Charles H. — Bd. of Educ, 111. Conference 

of the Methodist Church, Bloomington 
*Timmons, B. F. — Assoc. Prof, of Socio! 
Timmons, Roy E. — Lecturer, 111. State Grange, Hanna 

City 

*Van Doren, C. A. — Project Supervisor, U.S. Soil Con- 
servation Sta. 

Walker, Herman J., Jr. — Div. of Land Econ., Bureau of 

Agr. Econ., U.S.D.A., Washington, D.C. 
Watson, John — 111. Agricultural Assn., Chicago 
Watson, Ray V. — 111. Farmers' Institute, Havanna 

*Whitlock, Mary — Asst. Prof, of Home Econ. 

♦Wills, J. E. — Asst. Prof, of Agr. Econ. Ext. 

*Woodworth, C. M. — Prof, of Plant Genetics 

♦Working, E. J. — Prof, of Agr. Econ. 

*Yapp, W. W. — Prof, of Dairy Cattle Husbandry 
*Zwolanek, Helen — Instr. in Home Econ.